The 6.66% ABV, 24 IBU red ale features citrusy and piney American hops with rich, sweet, bready flavors from the use of caramel malts. It pours a “deep, blood-red” and true to its name, color, and ABV, the label previously featured silhouettes of undead zombies rising from their graves.
AleSmith is accepting entries now through May 9, 2016. Artists can submit as many entires as they like and the winner will be announced during American Craft Beer Week (May 16-22). The winning artist’s name and signature will be included on the bottle and they’ll receive a free case of the beer. For specifics on how to enter, click here.
Back at AleSmith’s San Diego tasting room, temporary walls have been erected to shield customers from construction of the neighboring Tony Gwynn Museum, a memorial paying tribute to the Major League Baseball Hall of Famer. Artists are also being invited to signup to anoint a section of the temporary wall with unique artwork to help spruce up the space until the museum opens this summer.